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2010年8月23日，赵先生带着两口袋小面值纸钞来到山东济宁的郑州日产经销商店，买走了Nissan NV200。 他说，零钱都是生意中的客户付给他的。 他称自己郑州日产NV200很感兴趣，相中了NV200豪华型，但是付款的时候抱着“试试看”的想法，因为其他地方都不接受他这么多零钱，银行也表示难以清点。济宁郑州日产的经销商动用财务、销售等部门的人员从上午一直加班清点到下午下班之后，才确认了零钞数额，赵先生也满意地开走了他的全新NV200。
Chinese man buys £9500 Nissan van with loose change
A businessman in China paid for a £9,500 van using loose change he had collected over the years. Mr Zhao, who runs a printing business dropped off bundles of notes, none worth more than one Yuan - about 10p - at a dealership in Jining, in the northern province of Shandong, the BBC reported.
The Nissan dealership had to bring in extra staff who worked shifts to count all the money. Unsurprisingly finding a dealership to accept all the notes, many of which were torn and stained, wasn't he easy, he said.
'I held onto the money waiting to see if they would accept it so that I could buy the car. The manager of this dealership decided to accept my cash, so that was really helpful to me,' he said.
After hours of counting, the staff at the dealership confirmed he had provided exact change.
'Our finance department originally had three or four people counting the money, but that was certainly not enough,' said Chen Ying, a cashier with the dealership.
'So we added some colleagues from the sales department, they came in the morning and worked all day, and then we added another shift. We finally finished counting all of the money.'
When they had finished Mr Zhao was able to drive away in his new Nissan NV200.